Students learn how Spanish last names are formed and in what order they appear: apellido materno, apellido paterno and the custom of adding “de” to a married woman’s name. Students read two articles in English, then answer the comprehension questions. There are three versions of the activity: printable, Google Slides, and autocorrecting, editable Google Forms versions.
SPANISH LAST NAMES CULTURE LESSON INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:
- Link to blog post, “Spanish Naming Conventions: The Basics”
- Short article, “What About a Married Woman’s Name?”
- Printable Activity in which students answer four questions
- Google Slides Version of the activity
- Self-correcting and auto-grading Google Forms Activity in which students answer six multiple-choice questions
SPANISH LAST NAMES CULTURE LESSON IS INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING MONEY-SAVING BUNDLE:
To receive freebies and notifications of new products, click on the following link to follow my store: Angie Torre
OTHER PRODUCTS THAT MAY INTEREST YOU
Do you teach culture at a Christian school? Are you wondering if you can teach Day of the Dead? Click on the link to read the post: Can I teach Day of the Dead at a Christian School?